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Event Recap: U.S. Military Facilities in the Middle East – Furthering America’s Strategic Interests

On April 5th, the American Security Project hosted an event on U.S. military basing in the Middle East and the U.S.’ strategic interests in the region. The panel included ASP’s CEO Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, USMC (Ret.), David Des Roches, Staff Major General Nasser AbdulAziz Al-Attiyah, Qatar Armed Forces, and was moderated by ASP adjunct fellow Asha Castleberry.Read more...

ASP Statement Against Rollback of Clean Car Standards

ASP decries the Administration’s decision to roll back the clean car standards. These standards reduce the greenhouse gas pollution that threatens our national security; climate change presents clear threats to America’s long-term stability. Rather than rolling back substantial progress, EPA should keep these standards in place and continue progress towards a safer future.Read more...

The Future of Food Security in Afghanistan

Climate change will not be kind to South Asia. Numerous studies show India and Bangladesh’s vulnerability to changes in sea levels and monsoons. Yet, Afghanistan is largely avoided. How does a country plagued with instability plan for climate change? In this two part series, I’ll discuss the challenge of governance and food security in Afghanistan and the impact of opium on achieving either.Read more...